Single Late Tulips
Single Late Tulips

It’s tulips season!

I decided to finally visit Showa Kinen Park (also known as Showa Memorial Park) yesterday due to lots of people raving about it. For this season, tulips are in full bloom and they are truly beautiful.

Poppies and rape blossoms surrounding the open field are in full bloom and made the entire park seemed like a painting.

Many photographers, cosplayers, and amateur models enjoying their mini-session around the park can be spotted too. This is something interesting I’ve learned because no permission needed to take creative photos.

And since there’s an ongoing Flower Festival which runs until May 24th this year, there are several food stores around the open field where you can enjoy soft ice cream, yakisoba, ramen, soba, and other delicious Japanese festival food!

Single Late Tulips
Single Late Tulips
Showa Kinen Park Tulips
Single Late Tulips
Queen of the Night Tulips
Queen of the Night Tulips
Single Late Tulips
Yellow Empress

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Christmas Dream
Christmas Dream

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Parrot Tulips
Parrot Tulips

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Showa Kinen Park Tulips

Fringe Tulips Showa Kinen Park
Fringe Tulips

Showa Kinen Park

Showa Kinen Park

Showa Kinen Park

Showa Kinen Park

Showa Kinen Park

Address: 3173 Midori-cho Tachikawa City Tokyo 190-0014
Closest train station: Nishitachikawa Station
Entrance fee: Adult 410 yen | Child 80 yen
English Website: Showa Kinen Park

Published by Ada W.

Ada moved to Japan in 2014 as a result of her husband's deployment. A former assistant language teacher who's been exploring Tokyo and Kanagawa Prefectures slowly. She hopes to uncover other regions of Japan. View more posts